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I'm Back....but still can't play, hmmmm - Fri Mar 04, 2011, 11:31 AM
Hunt2day's Avatar
Since: Dec 2010
Posts: 66
Hello all!
Well I have made my way back to PS, with a bunch of money(LOL), and still am locked out. I got caught up in the whole "state won't process payment" so i got blocked off of PS for having a -10.84 account, once they took all the money i had in my account. I recieved an email saying i had to send ID etc...done...finally decided to put some money in via Western Union today, okkkk, so they reinstate my log in abilities, so this morning I went to make a wu deposit, I opened up the cashier window, and went to make a deposit, well the echeck popped up, so it already had all my info etc, so i thought i would try it, so i throw in a few hundred dollars, and BAM, it accepts it and deposits straight into the cashier. Sooooo now I have money in my account, but am still unable to play, until they remove my restriction.
So in the mean time I have been playing at a cpl other sites. Made deposits to both, without any problems, and it seems for at least today I can deposit at PS also. I expect payment should hit my account, oh i say about July maybe..lol.
Anyways, looking forward to getting back to the tables soon and playing with the fine people of PS.
GL all and Enjoy!


Last edited by Hunt2day; Fri Mar 04, 2011 at 11:32 AM.. Reason: forgot an LOL
?? - Fri Mar 04, 2011, 12:02 PM
monkeyskunk4's Avatar
Since: Jun 2010
Posts: 1,818
well im in canada - have no problems -- yet i think what is gonna happen- is that although stars accepts ure deposit- your bank may not allow the withdrawl of funds- so u might be right back where u started-- call ure bank and ask whats what-- gl monk..

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